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EuropeExtreme Sports in the Scotland Highlands

HCWT 07.22.2012 20:40 0 0

 

Scotland Highlands – The Ultimate Family Outdoor Sports Adventure.

The Highlands offer the best of outdoor sports adventures - from the white-knuckle activities like white-water rafting, canyoning, and wind karting to the gentler gate of hiking, fishing, cycling and whale-watching.

You can book a single sport activity to a full week of sports adventures at several multi-activity centres located throughout the Highlands.  Popular family sport adventures include hiking, fishing, scrambling, climbing, canoeing, sea-kayaking, gorge-walking, wild camping, white-water rafting, cycling, skiing, mountain biking, quad biking, jeep safaris, 4 x 4 driving, horse and pony riding, abseiling, canyoning, paintball, archery, wind karting -  the family activities The beauty of the Highlands, Lost Valley.are endless

The Multi-Activity Centres can help with accommodations from self-catering, B&B’s and hotels providing a variety of opportunities to meet fellow families and swap your adThe Three Sisters in Scotland Highlandsventures of the day. Accommodations at or close to the multi-activity centres provide an early start and late finish to the day, with the benefit of participating in more activities at a fixed price for the duration of your stay.Self-catering offer private family rooms with shared public areas.

 

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EuropeScotland Family Hike Adventure and Harry Potter

HCWT 03.18.2012 19:04 0 0

 

Scotland Highland Family Travel Adventure

Scotland offers families fantastic hiking with moderate treks that are ideal for young kids like our Sarah, Luke, and Peter. Michael scoped out a "Harry Potter" - inspired romp, a scenic path that encircled a viaduct and went up through the hills. The scenic path led up through the hills and lakes were nestled in the distant mountains. We trekked up and down through calf-high grass, with the viaduct in and out of view, until we finally navigated just below it.

Because the ground was also quite boggy, the five of us emerged wet and muddy and we
realized that our hiking gear was woefully inadequate. British hikers equipped with wellies (waterproof boots) and ski-like walking poles merrily passed by us by as we slogged along the route. We took plenty of photos of the viaduct and reenacted the scene from "Harry Potter".   

On the way back to the car park we came across a farmer who gleefully recounted the “Harry Potter” film crew filming the characters Harry and Ron flying a small automobile over the viaduct around which we had hiked that afternoon. The farmer also pointed out that the film’s special effects team had turned his barn into a rather large rhododendron bush.

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